Luxemburg discontinuing ATV use on streets

With concerns of an abundance of ATV traffic through Luxemburg, its Luxemburg Village Board voted to discontinue any ATV route planning discussions on a future ordinance will be tabled for at least six months. The decision was a split vote. Board President Jack Seidl understands that this is a decision that will likely upset people in Luxemburg. The board President felt that with board elections in the near future, this would be a better topic for the future board to handle. 





Seidl also noted the village lacks a connecting route from its streets to trails outside of the community, like some towns to their north have. This would then leave too many streets able to be driven on. Some members of the board had a feeling ATVs on village streets could breed complaints from residents. 





The board will also be keeping a close eye on the procedures that Kewaunee and Algoma use for ATVs and the results they produce. 


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